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Hudson Kapel extends Toyota relationship

Hudson Kapel Group has extended its relationship with Toyota  and will now be inspecting and refurbishing the company’s management and staff vehicles ready for remarketing to the Toyota dealer network.

The Hudson Kapel working relationship with Toyota stretches back to 1994 when the company first started refurbishing daily rental cars for re-sale.

The three year contract sees them take Toyota company cars from the manufacturer’s three UK locations, inspect and refurbish them where necessary to an agreed Toyota retail standard at their state-of-the-art facilities in Bedfordshire.

“Toyota are one of our key strategic customers and we are delighted to be extending a working relationship that goes back over 20 years” said Hudson Kapel director, Simon Withey.

“It is important to us that Toyota continues to show confidence in our abilities which we have built up over many years. It is particularly gratifying that Toyota was one of our first customers and our relationship has grown and flourished since that time.”


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